Calif. city council decides to revise boardinghouse proposal

01/31/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Los Angeles City Council decided to form a committee to revise a proposed ordinance that would crack down on illegal group homes and boardinghouses. The council decided not to vote on the ordinance after it met opposition from nonprofits and business groups that feared it would make caring for the disabled, elderly and homeless more difficult. The committee will present a revised ordinance to the council in the next three months.

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